ICN gallery presents “Goldfish Salvation” by artist Riusuke Fukahori from 1 Dec 2011 – 11 Jan 2012. Fukahori’s pet goldfish became his inspiration and ever since his passion and lifelong theme. His unique style of painting uses acrylic on clear resin which is poured into containers, resulting in a three-dimensional appearance and lifelike vitality.
Today i decided to write something sizzling hot and sexy post every guys want. Since, I am a girl, every part of our body is considered art. This post showcases some hot and sexy graphical design about Adriana Lima, one of the world’s best supermodel.
Three-dimensional typography is something we’ve seen a lot of recently, and it doesn’t seem to be dying down, either. So, how is this magnificent typography produced? There are actually a handful of ways, and the correct piece of software is chosen depending on what look you want to go for. 3D editing software such as Maya or Cinema 4D is used to create rendered shapes, making your typography look like each shape is a real life object, such as the first two examples below. Adobe software, such as Photoshop and Illustrator, can also be used to create 3D typography, using various different tools and techniques.
3D Typographic design is now more popular and we can notice a surge for 3D Type work on portfolio sites. Depending on how you look at it, each piece has both a two- and three-dimensional look to it. The illustrator/designer used simple to complicated gradients to produce astonishing shadows and lightings, making every designs appear as breath-taking as possible.
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Between reality and fiction, the Belgian artist-photographer Filip Dujardin recovers the art of collage to create a new language based on the modernist architectural tradition.
Although he’s from Ghent, a historical city filled with picturesque buildings, that’s not the sort of world photographer Filip Dujardin creates in his own photography work. Instead he has taken photographs of nondescript, often post-modern buildings and remixed them using Photoshop to create strange hybrids. The results may be fantastical, but could never be described as whimsical. Back at the computer in his studio he cuts, pastes, and shapes segments from these building images and compiles them into the form that he envisioned.
Sven Prim got his first advertising job whilst still attending photography school. Directly after graduation he landed a deal with Agent Molly Co, moved to Stockholm and started working as a full-time photographer. Since then, he has collaborated with a long list of renowned clients such as ATG, Aftonbladet, RFSU and Polar Music Prize.
Sven describes himself as a real technology geek who loves to create strange and surreal situations. Something clearly visible in his image creation, which he himself has given the epithet manipulated pictures with a twist. He is equally skilled both as a photographer and a retoucher and discovered early the fantastic opportunity that post production can present for creating an extra dimension in images. Many people think that a photograph´s truth is compromised in post but Sven doesn´t agree at all. The concept of truth is completely subjective. I believe that a picture is always manipulated, regardless of how it is taken. When the photographer selects the time and place to snap a picture, the truth is already being bent. I am very up-front about how my pictures are created. Sven Prim is a photographer and photomanipulator who has some of the most creative manipulations you’ll find.
Business cards are an important part of a company’s identity and branding. Having a well-designed business card that leaves a positive impression with clients will help to lead to more customers/clients and a more successful business.
These cards are often cut and printed in standard size card stock. This is a revealing mistakes that many designing company can not accept. This post showcases business cards designed on any material form. Some of them are visually appealling, some have fancy die cut, some are edible, and some are just crazy and others are still concept but really worth to be posted.
WebP(pronounced as “weppy”) is a method of lossy compression that can be used on photographic images. WebP offers compression that has shown 39.8% more byte-size efficiency than JPEG for the same quality in a large scale study of 900,000 images on the Web. The degree of compression is adjustable so a user can choose the trade-off between file size and image quality.
WebP, which was derived from Google’s WebM, a movie/video format, is currently unsupported by all Web browsers, even Google Chrome. For present browsers to display WebP images, they have to be displayed as a PNG graphic first. Richard Rabbat, lead product manager for Google’s “make the Web faster” program, however, said that they’ll be rolling out WebP support for Chrome within a few weeks.
Vector graphics formats are complementary to raster graphics, which is the representation of images as an array of pixels, as it is typically used for the representation of photographic images. You can see these on the web nowadays. DeviantArt, on the other hand, offers the category vector and vexel which most of us didn’t aware of. There are many vector art deviations submitted on the art site but few to these submissions subject the art to people portraits. Here are the best chosen cool vector and vexel arts of people.